No ‘one size fits all’ – enabling desktop transformation.
Desktop Virtualisation technology has been identified as a potential ‘game changer’ in the way businesses provision their users with the desktop experience. The benefits of this technology are many and much-vaunted:
- Improved centralisation and security of data
- Lower support and admin costs
- Increased user productivity
- Improved flexibility and business agility
- Enhanced business continuity and disaster recovery
- An enabler of greener IT and sustainable ways of working
Despite the benefits, however, much confusion remains over how best to deploy desktop virtualisation technology. The apparent myriad different models, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, CapEx-OpEx ratios and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) structures, combined with the wealth of vendors and the different terminologies used, means that, for many organisations, the road ahead remains unclear.
This paper seeks to address many of the questions being asked about this technology and provides insight on the steps organisations need to take before considering the deployment of desktop virtualisation technology, including a close-up look at the most popular models and, perhaps most importantly, the need to understand the different profiles, workstyles and IT requirements of the end users across the organisation. The document also looks at role desktop virtualisation will play as organisations increasingly seek to produce IT services from the cloud.
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